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WHO says experimental drugs should be used in west Africa Ebola fight

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WHO says experimental drugs should be used in west Africa Ebola fight

by Reuters Videos 1:18 mins

The World Health Organization says it believes some potential Ebola treatments, even if barely tested on humans, should be used to help contain the deadly Ebola outbreak in west Africa. The WHO announcement came shortly after a Spanish priest died from the disease. Karen Hendren reports.

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